Stella Dimiko

SeunRNJanuary 26, 2018
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has signed a contract extension until 2020, with the option of a further year.

The 54-year-old’s previous deal at Old Trafford was due to expire in 2019.

Mourinho said he was “delighted” that United “feel and trust that I am the right manager for this great club for the foreseeable future”.

“I feel a privileged one to work with such a fantastic group of boys,” he added.

“My initial contract was three years, we made now the decision to make it clear for everyone that it is not for three, it is for four or five, and who knows, more.”

Mourinho, appointed as Louis van Gaal’s successor in May 2016, won the EFL Cup and Europa League in his first season.


adminreachOctober 17, 2017

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Comedian, Actor and tv/radio presenter OGBOLOR (Michael Uba) popularly known as James in Jenifas Diary, was recently nominated in the “MOST PROMISING ACTOR OF THE YEAR” category at the just concluded City people Movies Award.

 He came out as the winner of his category with one of the highest votes compared to other categories. Congratulations on the well deserved award for  role in Jenifas Diary.

OGBOLOR is set for the Industry as he getting ready to roll out some new project ranging from Meet and Great with James Vs Ogbolor, his stage show and many more.


adminreachOctober 17, 2017

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Popular Ghanaian Actor Majid Michel, who now spends most of his time preaching the word of God, in an interview has disclosed that he will no longer kiss in movies.

According to the actor he is not accepting kissing roles because it may affect his new assignment as an Evangelist and his commitment to propagating the word of God. Majid also says Ghanians judge him by the roles he plays in movies which are not even real to him.


adminreachOctober 16, 2017

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Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Sunday eulogized the virtues of late Afrobeat legend and freedom fighter, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti describing him as an enigmatic artiste who used the platform of his art to agitate for social and human rights by challenging government and people to explore development through social and economic activities that are rooted in African values.
Speaking while unveiling the Liberation Statue in honour of Fela erected at Allen Roundabout in Ikeja as part of activities marking his 79th posthumous birthday and the 20th anniversary of his demise, Governor Ambode said aside from challenging people to free their minds of all inhibitions and actualise their true potentials, the late music icon also voluntarily turned his back on a life of comfort and privilege, and took up his saxophone as a weapon to fight for the liberation of the people from neo-colonialism and bad governance.

While insisting that the spirit of Fela was still alive as a movement of social consciousness and justice against oppression, the Governor said the late legend made the world sit up and take notice of the energy of African art and music, adding that he will forever be accorded his position in the global hall of fame of artistes. The phenomenon that the world knows as “Fela” was deeply rooted in the evolution of Lagos State. The story of music, art, entertainment and tourism in Lagos and Nigeria cannot be told without an eloquent mention of the “Abami eda”

The “Liberation” statue is not an image of Fela but a symbol of Fela’s philosophy. The artwork was created as a form of respect and remembrance to the legend; what he stood for and fought for with his music; his mythology; struggle for freedom; fight for human dignity; social consciousness; courage and Pan-Africanism.